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Some interesting tweets that I like to revisit
Two important lessons I learned in my twenties:— ☠️ Jean Yang ☠️ (@jeanqasaur) December 6, 2019
- If you think everyone hates you, you probably need to sleep.
- If you think you hate everyone, you probably need to eat.
On Youtube, you can press number 1 to 9 seek to the 10% to 90% of the video.— Tim Hopper (@tdhopper) January 14, 2021
Years ago, someone said you can always jump to 20% of any Youtube video and not miss anything, and they're right.
Most large online businesses have one or more anchors that are addictive to humans like:— Sidu Ponnappa (@ponnappa) January 8, 2021
4. Social Validation
5. Material Ownership
6. Status Hierarchy Recomputation
All deeply harmful if over indulged.
All addictive. https://t.co/6sOMzkKnbF
This sentence has saved me hundreds of hours:— Sahil (@shl) January 12, 2021
“Happy to chat in this medium and we can schedule a meeting if it makes sense.”
Blog for the job you want.— Ian Miell (@ianmiell) January 19, 2021
Did you try to apply my theorem? It works! pic.twitter.com/D50vQYY0E3— Augusto “Gus” Evangelisti (@augeva) January 5, 2021
OK,— Ian Miell (@ianmiell) August 26, 2020
kubectl explain pod --recursive
et al is a revelation. Feel like I've wasted about 3 months of engineering time over the last few years...
This daddy and his baby girl singing, “You’ve Got a Friend in Me” to one another is the COVID-19 Twitter content I’m here for...🌎❤️🎶❤️🌎pic.twitter.com/lrPVcfzihW— Rex Chapman🏇🏼 (@RexChapman) April 5, 2020